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One Last Dance (2003)

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In the wake of tragedy, a renowned NY dance company is on the brink of collapse. After leaving the dance world for good, Travis, Chrissa and Max have one last chance to re-connect with the passion and prove that miracles really can happen.


Lisa Niemi


Lisa Niemi





Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Swayze ... Travis MacPhearson
Lisa Niemi ... Chrissa Lindh
George De La Pena ... Max Delano
Matthew Walker ... Alex McGrath
Stefan Wenta Stefan Wenta ... Orest
Timothy Webber ... Jerry
Marie Stillin ... Elaine
Aundra Ford Aundra Ford ... Bree Lindh
Daniel Heifetz Daniel Heifetz ... Street Violinist
Elena Heifetz Elena Heifetz ... Aria Singer
Muriel Hogue Muriel Hogue ... Board Member
Nancy Jane Drake Nancy Jane Drake ... Wardrobe Mistress (as Nancy Drake)
Thom Allison ... Babysitter
Rasta Thomas ... Timmy
Desmond Richardson ... Daryl


When a New York dance company's brilliant artistic director dies, three former stars of the company are brought back in hopes of saving the company by resurrecting a dance piece that was created for them years ago, but never performed - the very dance that ended all their careers in a heartbreaking way. Given one last chance to discover a dream they lost, the three dancers battle against time and damaged relationships, finding they must first face themselves before they can face the dance. Written by Lisa Niemi

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Their last chance.


Drama | Romance


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Filmed in 2001. See more »


[to Chrissa]
Max Delano: What is wrong with you? And when are you going to fix it?
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Stay Away
Performed by Molly M.
Composed by Molly M. Mostek, Larry E. Cooper
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A delightful movie with superb dancing!
15 October 2005 | by jmparker-4See all my reviews

Patrick Swayze can be compared to the likes of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly--he can dance AND act! Many of us who are Patrick,Lisa, and George's "chronological" peers love them for their unbelievable dance ability; but we may hate them for being in such great shape!

How refreshing to see a movie about dance that showed splendid dancing-and lots of it. I'm so tired of movies that just "touch" on dance and delve into the sob-story, high hormonal problems of teen dancers. One of the things I appreciated about this movie was that it was sensual but not sexual. Really, everything is NOT about sex.

My ONLY gripe is some of the language-I'd like to show this movie to some young people who are just starting to dance, because of the focus on FEELING the dance.

I'll wager that many young dancers that show up on unnamed TV shows couldn't keep up with Patrick, Lisa, and George AND do it with the grace and style that the three of them exhibited. Give us more please!

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Release Date:

12 November 2004 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

Without a Word See more »

Filming Locations:

Canada See more »


Box Office


$16,000,000 (estimated)

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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